Tesla recalls over 125,000 vehicles due to seat belt problems

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Tesla has Remembered that More than 125,000 vehicles were asked to fix a problem with their seat belt warning system.

The issue centers on Tesla’s seat belt warning system, which is meant to show drivers visual and audible reminders when their seat belts aren’t buckled. The seat belt warning sign on some of the automaker’s vehicles isn’t turning off, which is a violation of federal safety standards, according to document Tesla filed a complaint with the National Highway Traffic Safety Administration (NHTSA).

The recall includes 2012 to 2024 Model S, 2015 to 2024 Model X, 2017 to 2023 Model 3, and 2020 to 2023 Model Y vehicles. The documents show that Tesla has 104 warranty claims regarding the seat belt warranty issue.

Tesla said it was not aware of any collisions, deaths or injuries related to the situation. The electric vehicle maker led by billionaire Elon Musk plans to deploy a free software update for affected vehicles in June.

Tesla recalls Cybertruck


The seat belt issue is the latest in a series of recalls Tesla has carried out recently. In April, the company recalled 3,878 of its 2024 Cybertrucks after it discovered that The accelerator pedal may be stuckThis can cause the vehicle to accelerate inadvertently and increase the risk of a crash. The company also recalled the vehicle in January Approximately 200,000 vehicles In the US, this is done because the backup camera can malfunction if the car is in reverse.

In February, NHTSA announced Nearly 2.2 million Tesla vehicles recalled It was sold in the US because some of the warning lights on the instrument panel were too small.

-The Associated Press contributed to this report.


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